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Bug: Symbols shifting places when resizing document in Photo


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Hi,

there must be a bug going on in Photo, here are the steps: 

  1. I created the original file in Designer using Symbols. I open this same file in Photo
  2. When I resize the document (so not the canvas), the symbols in the document move to different location
  3. Troubleshooting: I placed normal vector objects in the exact same positions as the Symbols and then resized the document. 

Image 1: triangles are Symbols, I placed green tear shapes on top of symbols to mark the spots of symbols

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Image 2: resizing (I resized the file to 50% of original size

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Image 3: Symbols disappear, other shapes remain

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Image 4: Symbols have drifted somewhere way off 

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It's not something I can reproduce, I've created a new blank document in Designer, added some symbols and saved. Opened this file up in Photo inserted shapes over the top of the symbols and used Document > Resize Document, reduced/increased the size by 50%, all objects and symbols remain in the same position.

Could you repeat the above process and confirm for me, if I've missed any steps of your workflow and let me know.

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